Dengue Patients Increase In Hospitals Of Varanasi Waiting For Platelets In Blood Banks

A campaign is being run by the Health Department to control dengue, malaria. In this sequence, where dengue samples are being tested at IMS BHU and Deendayal Hospital. At the same time, dengue patients are being treated at Bareka Hospital, Divisional Hospital Kabirchaura, Shastri Hospital Ramnagar.

Divisional Hospital’s Dengue Ward Filled – Photo : Amar Ujala

These days the havoc of dengue is increasing in Varanasi. Meanwhile, the danger is expected to increase further due to the presence of larvae in the water accumulated at places due to rain and floods. Alam is that the 9-bed dengue ward made in the emergency of the divisional hospital is full. While more than 50 patients have been found so far this year.Due to the increasing number of patients, one has to wait even to collect platelets in the blood bank. Every day 20 to 30 units of platelets are being given from IMA Blood Bank. The same situation is also in the blood bank of BHU hospital. In this too, the number of people taking single donor platelets is high.

The health department is running a campaign to control dengue and malaria. In this sequence, where dengue samples are being tested at IMS BHU and Deendayal Hospital. At the same time, dengue patients are being treated at Bareka Hospital, Divisional Hospital Kabirchaura, Shastri Hospital Ramnagar.

Patients are reaching daily in private hospitals also. Dr. Prasanna Kumar, SIC of the Divisional Hospital informed that after the filling of the dengue ward, a new 12-bed ward has been made. More than 55 patients have been received so far this year, which includes 30 patients in Bareka Hospital. Apart from this, the report of 110 people has also come positive in the rapid test.

Dr. RN Singh, Secretary, IMA said that people are being advised to be vigilant in view of the increasing outbreak of dengue. The number of people taking platelets has increased in comparison to blood in IMA. Platelets are being given to the people as per the rules.
District Malaria Officer SC Pandey said that along with the government offices located in the Collectorate premises, Bhagwanpur, Ramna, Arajiline, Kamchha, Birdopur, Lanka, Bhikharipur etc., after giving notice to 30 people to clean the house and surroundings. Instructions have been given. Explanation: These days the havoc of dengue is increasing in Varanasi. Meanwhile, the danger is expected to increase further due to the presence of larvae in the water accumulated at places due to rain and floods. Alam is that the 9-bed dengue ward made in the emergency of the divisional hospital is full. Whereas so far this year more than 50 patients have been found.

Due to the increasing number of patients, one has to wait even to collect platelets in the blood bank. Every day 20 to 30 units of platelets are being given from IMA Blood Bank. The same situation is also in the blood bank of BHU hospital. In this too, the number of people taking single donor platelets is high.

The health department is running a campaign to control dengue and malaria. In this sequence, where dengue samples are being tested at IMS BHU and Deendayal Hospital. At the same time, dengue patients are being treated at Bareka Hospital, Divisional Hospital Kabirchaura, Shastri Hospital Ramnagar.

Patients are reaching daily in private hospitals also. Dr. Prasanna Kumar, SIC of the Divisional Hospital informed that after the filling of the dengue ward, a new 12-bed ward has been made. More than 55 patients have been received so far this year, which includes 30 patients in Bareka Hospital. Apart from this, the report of 110 people has also come positive in the rapid test.

Dr. RN Singh, Secretary, IMA said that people are being advised to be vigilant in view of the increasing outbreak of dengue. The number of people taking platelets has increased in comparison to blood in IMA. Platelets are being given to the people as per the rules.

Notice to 30 people on getting larvae

District Malaria Officer SC Pandey said that along with the government offices located in the Collectorate premises, Bhagwanpur, Ramna, Arajiline, Kamchha, Birdopur, Lanka, Bhikharipur etc., after giving notice to 30 people to clean the house and surroundings. Instructions have been given.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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